By Albertine Pascal. Kitchen Furniture. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 12:07:22 PM.
Some trademark characteristics of Shaker kitchen cabinets include flat paneled doors with rail frames, sturdy construction with quality wood, and utilitarian designs. In terms of materials, Shaker-style cabinets tend to use high-quality local American woods traditionally found in the northeastern United States. Examples include durable woods such as cherry, maple, hickory and quartersawn oak.
Glass-paneled doors featured in corner cabinetry and cabinet underlighting are common additions seen in Tuscan kitchens. Ornate iron, bronze, copper and brass are metals used to complement the wood cabinetry in order to evoke a Mediterranean feel. Rustic or Italian tile work is popular in Tuscan kitchens and complements the rich tones and ornate details of the wood cabinets.
Just look at the way the kitchen and dining rooms here are almost a negative image of each other! Black meets white and white meets wood. What a complex cacophony of contrasts that REALLY complement each other and highlight the brightness of the white!
This white kitchen feels like a masterclass in subterfuge and concealed storage, not to mention modern lines and clean design. It works so well with the lack of handles and despite being small, is amazingly functional and unfussy.
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